Best wild flowers trails in Germany

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Explore the most popular wild flowers trails in Germany with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.
Map of wild flowers trails in Germany
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#1 - Rotweinwanderweg
Altenahr, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Length: 24 mi • Est. Multi-day
This trail in the Ahr Valley, an area famous for its red wines, is one of Germany's most popular. Its winding path through old ruins and vineyards make it a magical journey. Pass through lush forests and charming villages where you can stop for a glass of wine. Red grapes painted on posts guide the way. The best time to visit is after harvest season, particularly in winter, when the crowds are gone. Show more
#2 - Feldbergsteig
Black Forest
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Length: 8 mi • Est. 4 h 26 m
This route is a certified premium hiking trail and "Genießerpfad". It crosses and circles the Feldberg range. This guarantees that the landscape changes regularly so that you never get bored. Starting at the "House of Nature", where you can find detailed information about the trail the route starts heading uphill on the Franz Klarmeyer Weg. On your way to Feldberg, you pass the Bismarck monument from where you have a beautiful view of the surroundings. On the descent, you can stop at the Baldenweger Hütte to grab some food and take a rest before following the Sägenbach river for a short distance. When you head further south, you will reach the Feldsee before returning to the starting point. The trail follow many narrow paths, opens up great views and leads through one of the most beautiful nature reserves in Germany. It has an almost sub-alpine character and on good days you will be rewarded with a view from the Zugspitze to Mount Blanc. Owners of a "Hochschwarzwälder Wanderkompass" be aware: On this trail there is a stamping point with a cuckoo clock-stamp to be found.Show more
#3 - Zugspitze via Höllental
Grainau, Bavaria, Germany
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Length: 12.3 mi • Est. 10 h 8 m
This is Germany’s highest summit, the Zugspitze, up the Höllental (Valley of Hell) route. This route has everything you could want: a spectacular gorge, tunnels, Alpine hut, hanging valley, glacier, Via Ferrata with nearly a kilometer of vertical exposure, and a beer garden summit destination. The route starts in Hammersbach, goes up through the Höllentalklamm, past Höllentalangerhütte, then up a Via Ferrata route on the hanging valley of the Höllentalferner, onto the Höllentalferner itself, then up another Klettersteig to the summit. The route to Höllentalangerhütte is moderate, however the route afterwards certainly gets more difficult. Höllentalangerhütte has lodging, a restaurant, and a beer garden.Show more
#4 - Kramerspitz Loop
Naturschutzgebiet Ammergebirge
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Length: 10.3 mi • Est. 6 h 59 m
The Kramerspitz is north of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Your car can be parked at the "Zur Maximilianshöhe" car park from where you head east on the Kramerplateauweg and Kramersteig. The trail is relatively demanding, but offers a fantastic view of the Bavarian Alps. The Kramerspitz is one of the most popular summits around the Zugspitze. From here you have an excellent view of the famous surrounding mountains such as the Zugspitze. Overall, this trail offers divers landscapes. Therefore it is very popular, although surefootedness and a good fitness level are necessary.Show more
#5 - Danube Cycle Path Stage 8: Passau to Linz
Passau, Bavaria, Germany
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Length: 59.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
On this stage you leave Germany and begin the section in Austria. It goes gently uphill and downhill, but overall without any major incline. There are always nice places to stop for a break where you can fortify yourself or warm up with hot chocolate in colder weather. If you want to make a stopover in historic Linz, you can discover the sights there such as the Pöstlingberg and the Lentos Art Museum.Show more
#6 - Zugspitze from Garmisch-Partenkirchen Via Ferrata
Naturschutzgebiet Schachen and Reintal
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Length: 12.9 mi • Est. Multi-day
The 2,962 meter high Zugspitze is a mountain of superlatives. As the highest elevation in Germany, the summit offers an incredible 360 ° panoramic view of the surrounding Alpine landscape. This route begins in the south of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and leads south along the Partnachklamm. This route follows the Partnach to the Reintalangerhütte, where the trail branches off shortly thereafter. The ascent begins to become more difficult before you reach the Knorhütte. When you reach the summit, you can take a short break in the restaurant to have something to eat and refresh yourself before taking the gondola back to the starting point.Show more
#7 - Eibsee Loop
Grainau, Bavaria, Germany
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Length: 4.3 mi • Est. 1 h 44 m
This relaxing hike is often referred to as "balm for the soul" and is considered to be one of the most beautiful hiking trails in Bavaria. Again and again you are surprised by the great views: the small islands in the north of the lake, the view of the Zugspitze and the view of the small Untersee. Sometimes it goes right along the water, sometimes you look from a bird's eye view far over the blue water surface. If you want to experience the water up close, you can visit the beaches in the north, the pedal boats and rowing boats and the "Reserl", an electric motorboat, accessibility: the route is suitable for wheelchair users and prams.Show more
#8 - From Königssee to Kärlingerhaus am Funtensee
Berchtesgaden National Park
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Length: 12.3 mi • Est. 7 h 45 m
This route actually starts with a boat tour over the Königsee, because only then can you reach the starting point St-Bartholomä. From here you follow an ancient riverside path, which leads for about 2 kilometers flat along the Königssee. Then the route goes uphill through the forest, so you can enjoy beautiful views of the Königssee and the Obersee. Past the Schrainbach Falls you finally reach the Funtersee lake and the excellently situated Schrainbachalm at the notorious Saugasse. Here are 36 bends and 400 meters difference in altitude to one. Then it goes on slowly, until you get to the Stone Sea, a about 13 kilometers long and 5 kilometers wide, karst and almost waterless high plateau. The way back is on the same route.Show more
#9 - Traumschleife Baybachklamm
Weitersborn, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Length: 6.5 mi • Est. 3 h 28 m
This premium hiking trail has everything the hiker's heart desires. There are good reasons why the Baybachklamm is also called "Grand Canyon of the Hunsrück". Mighty cliffs, bubbling whitewater with partly swampy floodplains, earthy paths over combined with countless climbs, make the entire Maybachtal a real "high rope course" for adventurers and nature lovers. This circular route starts at the car park Baybachklamm north of Heyweiler. Starting with a relaxed walk to the west, you cross the Baybach. Then follow the trail past the Steffenshof and turn right towards Klöckners Kaul. On the way back, follow the river back towards Heyweiler and walk through the fields back to the parking lot where the adventure started.Show more
#10 - Caves and Gorges Trail Kell
Andernach, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany
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Length: 7.6 mi • Est. 4 h 22 m
Make your way past natural springs, lush forest, caves and waterfalls on this trail. Enjoy views of Pöntertal as you follow the stream. The viewpoint Schweppenburgblick provides views of the surrounding volcanic landscape. Explore the ruins of Tönisstein and the rock formations surrounding it.Show more
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